Posts with a e-government theme
Many thanks to our new consulting team member, Stuart G Hall, for alerting us to the honourable mention of our clients, Patient Opinion, in the excellent speech by William Heath at the recent Ministerial eGovernment Conference 2005.
Do we really need to spend billions of pounds on e-government services which no one will use?
Some research on capacity building needs in local government from the ODPM
The government is set to reward local councils that make cutting edge use of technology with a cash bonus of £14m, it was announced yesterday.
CAB and SOCITM to combine forces as part of a review of the role of intermediaries in government e-service delivery
Stephen Clift: public net-works as an e-government approach
“The essence of [the] paper is that before technology, data … was our main asset. We need to go back to the data being the asset”
e-Government: should we continue with targets; if so, what sort of targets should be used and what services should be tackled?
Report on iSociety event marking the launch of the SmartGov report on 16 July 2003.
Whether weblogs and social software can be used politically, and if so, how and to what end